DETROIT (WOOD) - Snow squalls have snarled traffic throughout southeastern Michigan, with many multi-vehicle accidents and freeway closings.
A crash involving several tractor-trailers and about 20 cars also closed part of Interstate 75 in Monroe County Saturday afternoon.
WDIV-TV reports Southbound I-75 at Eureka Road was closed and traffic was rerouted at the Northline exit.
Multiple cars spun-out on the icy freeway. Numerous vehicle crashes and other freeway closures dotted the region. No serious injuries have been reported.
Southbound I-75 at the Lodge is also closed due to an accident. In Dearborn, Northbound Southfield Freeway has been closed due to a crash involving an overturned semi-truck.
Authorities say multiple crashes Saturday on U.S. 23 forced the route's northbound lanes to be shut down at the state line just outside Toledo, Ohio.
National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Mosteiko in Oakland County's White Lake Township says the area has received less than an inch of snow but the brief white-out conditions have lowered visibility and slickened road surfaces.
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